15 Best Crunchy Cobbler Recipes

Summer means fresh fruits, and fresh fruits means delicious cobbler. The batter crust makes the perfect crumbly crunch, and then the fruit explodes with many flavors. Please enjoy these 15 cobbler recipes…

Article Image From: Bakerita

1. Skillet Strawberry Cobbler

One of the things I love most about the summer months is enjoying fresh fruits and vegetables.  I recently had an overage of strawberries and made this delicious Skillet Strawberry Cobbler.  

From: TheBlondCook

2. Single Serve Berry Cobbler

Cobbler is such a simple and delicious dessert. It’s the perfect go-to dessert for when you have company or when you just want something yummy and fruity. Cobbler is so versatile and I love that you can get amazing results using fresh or frozen fruit.

From: RealLifeDinner

3. Red Velvet Cobbler Recipe

Rich, gooey and sweet, this Red Velvet Cobbler Recipe is a fun version of an old-time Southern dessert.

From: TasteAndTellBlog

4. Fresh Blueberry Cobbler

We had some neighbors coming over for a barbecue the other day, and I really needed to whip up a dessert quickly.  Blueberry cobbler was the right choice.  Just berries tossed with sugar and juice… laid into a pie plate… a simple, sweet batter spooned on top and a quick 35 minutes in the oven.  Mission Easy – Dessert done!

From: RecipeGirl

5. Easy Apple Cobbler Recipe

Easy apple cobbler recipe that can be made with any fruit. Top with ice cream for a delicious dessert that tastes just like grandma made and the entire family will love it.

From: MissinTheKitchen

6. Slow Cooker Blueberry Peach Cobbler

A healthier Slow Cooker Blueberry Peach Cobbler recipe, full of juicy berries and peaches and a touch of brown sugar. This easy dessert is made entirely in your crockpot!

From: KristinesKitchenBlog

7. Skillet Berry Cobbler Recipe

That first photo is killing me. I made this Skillet Berry Cobbler over the weekend and now I am dying for another bowl of it while writing this post tonight!

From: TheNoviceChef

8. Slow Cooker Peach Cobbler

One of my favorite things about going camping growing up was eating the delicious dutch oven peach cobbler for dessert every night! Summer is quickly coming to an end and we didn’t get the chance to go camping this summer, or enjoy the delicious cobbler.

From: SixSistersStuff

9. Berry Cream Cobbler

Berry Cream Cobbler- Lighter, healthy, low-fat cobbler recipe made easy with Greek yogurt, white whole wheat flour, less sugar. Mixed berries, blueberry, strawberry, raspberry. You won’t miss the old-fashioned version.

From: GatherForBread

10. Strawberry Cream Cheese Cobbler

This is such an easy recipe and a quick way to satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth. I’ve made this for family events and everyone loves it. Sadly, I haven’t given out the recipe to anyone until now, but my sisters will be delighted when they see it here. Enjoy!

From: JustAPinch

11. Old-Fashioned Chocolate Cobbler

An easy recipe for warm and gooey Old-Fashioned Chocolate Cobbler topped with creamy vanilla ice cream. This is the ultimate chocolate lovers dessert!

From: MotherThyme

12. Blackberry & Blueberry Cobbler

This Blackberry + Blueberry Cobbler is healthy enough for breakfast, but sweet + delicious enough to be dessert! These gluten-free, Paleo, and vegan cobblers have a crisp and gooey topping.

From: Bakerita

13. Peach Cobbler Recipe

This Peach Cobbler has a crispy, fluffy topping with a simple peach filling – it’s the most perfect summer dessert! This is a gluten-free, Paleo, and vegan treat that you don’t want to miss.

From: Bakerita

14. Blackberry Cobbler Recipe

Blackberry cobbler is stuffed with luscious, juicy blackberries, nestled into a moist, sweet dough. Coconut oil gives this old-time family favorite dessert an upgrade in healthy fat and flavor. Enjoy your dessert!

From: HomemadeFoodJunkie

15. Real Healthy Blueberry Cobbler

Paleo blueberry cobbler is a light and easy summer dessert for the whole family. In this simple recipe, fresh blueberries are baked and topped with crunchy almonds and pecans!

From: PaleoHacks

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